long call

A call schedule in which the house officer (HO) admits patients throughout a 24-hour period

long call

Graduate education A call schedule in which the house officer–HO admits Pts throughout a 24-hr period. See Call schedule, Nightfloat.
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Mowgli always attended a Looking-over, remembering the night when a black panther bought a naked brown baby into the pack, and the long call, "Look, look well, O Wolves," made his heart flutter.
In most cases, a long call indicates where an orangutan plans to travel over the course of the next few hours.
The researchers also found that in the morning, the other orangutans reacted correctly to the long call of the previous evening, even if no new long call was emitted.
Abdullah Fahim, a spokesman for the Ministry of Public Health who takes several phone calls each day from reporters and other administration officials, said he often feels drained after a long call, as well suffering from headaches and earaches.
The bull call spread strategy is an extension of the long call strategy, which we had explained in our October 2009 issue (Take a Call).
Hicks said: "George and I had a long call with Rafa and Rick Parry and agreed on actions to be taken.
Although there are some inconsistencies that may be explained by further inquiries into long calls, long call analysis is an appropriate way to study orangutan phylogeny.
Finnish-Swedish telecomms operator TeliaSonera AB said on Monday (12 January) that according to a poll by the research company Cint, Swedes prefer to use an ordinary fixed telephone to make a long call or a call to a public authority.
The long call strategy establishes a maximum (ceiling) price level for your ingredients prior to taking delivery of them.
The Twist Game, primarily a third and long call, is a great pass rush stunt designed to exploit offenses that zone-block against the blitz.
CINCINNATI -- In Wednesday's edition of Advanced Options, we analyzed the long call butterfly spread, which allows accurate option veterans to profit from a stock's apathetic price action.
ScottishPower was blasted for "unacceptably long call waiting times", with the company receiving more than one million complaints between June